In 2010, Margaret completed her undergraduate degree from the Australian National University’s School of Art with Honours in Documentary Photography and Video Art. It was during this degree that she developed her unique visual style and interest in experimental filmmaking. Upon graduation from the ANU, Margaret was awarded the prestigious professional mentorship with the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) in Canberra. Margaret has also studied visual art, photography and filmmaking at Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain and Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland. Her work has been screened locally, interstate and internationally in Europe.
In 2012, Margaret was accepted into the inaugural Graduate Diploma in Documentary at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS). This course focused on the future of nonfiction storytelling and engaged with the latest innovations in documentary filmmaking. In 2014, she was invited back by AFTRS to direct another film, The Drover’s Boy, which had its world premiere at the Sydney Film Festival 2015 and was shortlisted for the Event Cinema Australian Short Screenplay Award.
Margaret is continuing to explore the boundary between video art and documentary filmmaking in her creative practice.
FILMOGRAPHY as DIRECTOR
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